Health Canada has maintained relationships with the 11 First Nations of the yukon Alone and the Yukon Council of First Nations. 4. Unless otherwise stated in the self-management agreement, this Act applies to countries in which an interest is transferred or recognized under points 1 or 2, as if it were a First Nation colony. (c) the power to enact local or private laws applicable in the First Nation`s country of settlement with respect to the matters listed in Part III of Schedule III. Any land agreement is accompanied by a self-management agreement that gives First Nations the right to legislate in a number of areas. These agreements give First Nations the power to control and direct their own affairs and outline a First Nation`s ability to assume responsibility for providing programs or services to its citizens.  Yukon First Nation government staff were invited to and attended all meetings. Yukon First Nations can request tailor-made course delivery and have the option of accessing tailored courses. A bespoke human resources management workshop was transferred by the Yukon First Nations Council and was opened to human resources managers for all Yukon First Nations. The Yukon Public Utilities Commission and Yukon First Nations have jointly developed a comprehensive plan for the public service of the agreement. The plan addresses capacity building, professional development and employment opportunities, all of which are aimed at strengthening Aboriginal representation in the Yukon Public Service and building effective intergovernmental relationships. Several Yukon government departments, including the Public Service Commission, have begun implementing various provisions of the plan, including Aboriginal recruitment and engagement. If each first nation reaches its final agreement, it also obtains a self-management agreement (SGA).
This agreement emerges from Chapter 24 of the Framework Agreement and defines the powers, authorities and responsibilities of First Nation governments. The agreements provide funding that supports the provision of programs and services at the First Nation level. After the AMS, the First Nation now has the power to pass and pass laws about its country and its citizens, tax them, provide urban planning, and manage or manage countries and resources. Each first nation will have a constitution that will contain the membership code, establish governing bodies and provide for its powers and protect the rights and freedoms of citizens.